Took some things to our local charity shops today. Divided them up between the five of them. Was looking on the shelves at one. Tiny little jam jars, the size of the individual ones you get with an afternoon tea. They had buttons in them, and a little ribbon round the top. Looked very pretty on the stand, priced at £1.50. Thought that was rather overpriced.
I have never helped at a charity shop, and was curious as to their pricing policy. Is it up to individual helpers to set prices, or is there a national type guideline, bearing in mind different areas of the country? I feel they would shift more stuff if they didn’t overprice in the first place.
Son's fiancee hates us - we're going to family therapy
My dilemma is that she's a slob - how to discuss with her?
A level of gravitas and decorum has been lost - don't think she's a naive player